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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    What about "NOS" Would that work, and what are the regs on that, if any.



    I was watching 5th gear last night where they kitted out a golf diesel and it practically doubled the performance, not so sure how long it would last for though.



    In most high power sports nos is comming in as a must, maybe this too could be true for ours.



    Just a thaught.

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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    Adding NOS would make it a special fuel engine and so it would be classed as F1 if i'm not mistaken - even worse



    look at weight reduction to go faster - worked for me !!



    Tony

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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

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    look at weight reduction to go faster - worked for me !!


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    Hmmm. There's a feed line if ever I saw one.



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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    In my case that would be the PC

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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    Any one seen the chargers for scooters that were on ebay.

    They may be still on there.

    Basically a hair dryer forcing the air into the carb.

    Dont know if they work dont want to find out and doubt if they work.

    Could be an alternative (2 hair dryers for a tzr?) Make sure you take a very long extension lead to races.



    Craig


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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    Cummin down the start finish streight and the extention gets caught in the fan, Pullin you all the way back to the start finish line in record time.

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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    now then - would a scavenge supercharger sucking the exhaust gasses out be classed as forced induction - the induction isn't being forced as the air is simply being drawn in due to a pressure reduction



    T

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    Default Re: forced air induction for Tzr

    back to the air induction they way i was thinking was if the engine doesnt have to work as hard to get the air then maybe it would produce more power beacuse the air is being fed to the engine instead of the engine sucking it in thnaks rick

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